EB reports: “there’s a tree box on Connecticut Ave between Kalorama and Wyoming that is trying to lure pedestrians to their death.”
Ed. Note: Also, don’t eat the desiccant packets that often come with new clothing.
Thanks to Marci for sending from 16th and Spring Road, NW.
Thanks to Eric for sending:
“I saw several posters in Park View for a town hall about the city’s large incentives for Amazon’s HQ2 bid. Here are the details and photos:
“AMAZON TOWN HALL – Fund Communities, Not The World’s Richest Man”
St. Stephens Church – 1525 Newton St. NW
Tuesday May 22, 6:30-8:30PM”
2616 Georgia Ave, NW
hahaha thanks to Erin for sending.
For the backstory.
1020 19th Street, NW
The An*l Sex sign lady made an appearance today [yesterday] at the Blue Mass for fallen officers. Apologies for the distant photo, but this is facing south down 10th street at G st. Definitely caused a bit of a stir, but she stood silent through it all. I didn’t have much time, otherwise I would gone over to see what her agenda was. I’m genuinely curious. Have you heard anything?”
Ed. Note: Can anyone read the url on the sign in the photo below? I tried to zoom in but it was too blurry.
Photo courtesy Ally T. “taken by my coworker”
From last week:
Period. hahaha. Thanks to Cameron Austin for sending from Adams Morgan/Kalorama.
But maybe we should take this opportunity to solve the whole dog poop refuse problem. What if the District deployed some dog poop only public receptacles. Can we follow in the footsteps of our neighbors to the north: “Waterloo will soon be the home of a pilot program that will turn dog waste into energy, using a process called anaerobic digestion that happens when organic waste breaks down in an environment without oxygen.”
Thanks, I think, to Neal for sending:
“Saw this scene the other day when Macron was arriving in DC. Please note the majestic pigeon soaring high above.”
If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife around town, lunching or otherwise, and get a good photo please send in an email where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.
Thanks to Ally for sending the shot above. Below is a photo I took last summer. Hopefully it will be fixed.
I live in Brightwood and found this flier in my mailbox this afternoon. Does anyone have any idea what this is about? Is it just a crazy person? Curiosity is killing me.
I mean, $25,000 sounds pretty good. But of course, “God willing” doesn’t inspire much confidence in collecting the reward money.
Anyway, thought I would share. Dying to know whether anyone finds this “location”…”